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Systems Engineer - Contract ICE

Employer
Murray McIntosh Associates Ltd
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
7 Jul 2022

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Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Murray McIntosh are searching for a Systems Engineer to work for a key client of ours as detailed below:

You will be responsible for alternative Lubricant and Lubrication System research and simulation activities as well as taking a multitude of new conventional engine Lubrication Systems and components from concept to flawless launch.

You will be responsible for the end-to-end engineering activities (research, design, development, delivery, and launch) relating to the Lubrication System.

Technical experience required:

Previous experience of mechanical system design is preferred (candidates with experience in similar systems for internal combustion engine applications will be considered).
A sound grasp of the engine product development cycle, and expertise in engine system and component specification, design, development and sign-off (using relevant tools).
Understanding of Lubrication System operating principles (e.g., mechanical/electromechanical design, thermodynamics, and tribology).
Demonstrable proficiency in use of commercially available 2D drawing and 3D Modelling packages with knowledge of mechanical engineering GD&T and manufacturing processes. Experience in Siemens NX and TeamCenter would be beneficial.
Practical understanding of ICE's.
Knowledge and experience in Model-Based-System-Engineering is preferred
Develop system and component FMEAs, and DVPs.
Previous experience of lubricant circuit performance simulation (in AMEsim or similar) is preferred but not required.
Coordinate and supervise DVP activities (e.g., analytical, simulation, and rig/engine/machine testing)
Resolve engineering issues using structured problem-solving methodologies (e.g., Global 8D, DMAIC)Other requirements:

Experienced supplier interactions and management, with good commercial awareness.
Engage and support suppliers via the APQP process; deliver prototypes and PPAP parts to schedule and fulfil quality and performance requirements.
Understand and contribute to the management of the project.
Previous experience of full mechanical system design is preferred.
Show flexibility - the role requires travel to customer and supplier sites.
Elicit requirements for the Lubrication System based on cascaded performance and cost targets.
Create system and component specifications and designs based on agreed requirements with key stakeholders.
Commission relevant analysis tools to support data driven design decisions.We can offer hybrid working for this role
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